From Food Scarcity to Surplus: Innovations in Indian, Chinese and Israeli Agriculture

Focuses on exemplary achievements of India, China and Israel in agricultural innovations, having considerable impact on economic growth, food and nutrition security, and natural resource management Contains a thorough study of a wide spectrum of innovations ranging from production technologies to natural resource management, incentive policies and institutions for efficient, inclusive and sustainable agricultural sector Answers questions like how the three nations stabilized their ‘newly born’ nations, progressed over decades under varying economic models and fed their people, and transformed their respective agricultural sector